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     Eid Milad un Nabi

Prophet Muhammad (saw) is the ultimate messenger of Allah Almighty. The religion of Islam has been completed by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Holy Quran is the final sacred book revealed on Prophet Muhammad (saw). The ultimate messenger of Allah, Muhammad (saw) is the person of truth, honesty, and mercy amongst all humans.  Prophet Mohamad (saw) was born in Mecca on Monday 12th Rabi ul Awal in 571 C.E. Rabi ul Awal is the 3rd Islamic month which has a great importance in Islamic history because the entire humanity was blessed  with  our beloved Prophet Muhammad (saw) in this holy month. Muslims around the world celebrate ‘Eid e Milad nu Nabi’ during this holy month. On this day we remind ourselves of the unaccountable advantages, kindness and Love which the Muslim Ummah got from the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and thank Allah Almighty for making us Ummati of His  Prophet (PBUH)

Prophet Muhammad birthday

Eid Milad-un-Nabi celebration

On this occasion all Muslims around the world have a good religious festival to celebrate.  Prophet Muhammad’s (SAW) birth day is important due to some other occasions held in it. Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) started his journey of Hijrah at some point in this month and also built the first Mosque of Islam, Masjid Quba in this month. Muslims all over the world on this holy occasion, beautify properly-lit streets, mosques, residential places and build colorful lighting fixtures on Eid Milad-un-Nabi. Meals, goodies and other services also are disbursed amongst Muslims on the day of Eid Milad-un-Nabi

In some different parts of the world, this event is determined with huge processions and a festival like surroundings. There is an atmosphere of bonhomie and people can be seen exchanging gifts and dividing food amongst the poor. The Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) birthday is celebrated with spiritual lectures and recitals of verses from the Qur'an, in mosques adorned with lighting to mark the occasion. During the occasion of  Eid Milad un Nabi celebrations the national flag is hoisted  on all public buildings and lots of people start  gathering at Minar-e-Pakistan Lahore between the intervening night of eleventh and 12th Rabi' al-awwal to celebrate  Eid ul milid nabi. It is the world’s biggest gathering for mawlid celebrations.
 Eid milad-un-nabi is a day to recall the lessons and kindness of the holy prophet (Pbuh) and the believers regard his birthday out of preference to reveal their love and devotion to the prophet Muhammad (PBUH).  It is an essential day for the Muslims as they begin the day by means of offering Namaz and take part in other ritualistic customs. The message of peace, love, mercy, loyalty sacrifice, human dignity, talk, range, and coexistence are the most vital messages taught by  the prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and the holy day reminds us all these messages of prophet Muhammad (pbuh).

Public holiday all Muslim majority Countries

Eid Milad un-Nabi is Prophet Muhammad birthday observed as a public holiday. It is a day off for the ordinary population, society, bank and schools and most businesses are closed too. This year the occasion of Eid Milad un Nabi is on Friday 30th October 2020 and it shall be a public holiday in Pakistan as well as in other Muslim majority Countries.

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